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Below is a complete Bill Nye the Science Guy episode list that spans the show's entire TV run. Photos from the individual Bill Nye the Science Guy episodes are listed along with the Bill Nye the Science Guy episode names when available, as are the dates of the original airing of the episode. Bill Nye the Science Guy episodes from every season can be seen below, along with fun facts about who directed the episodes, the stars of the and sometimes even information like shooting locations and original air dates. Examples of items on this poll include “Computers” and “Wetlands.” Are you remembering a funny scene but can't think of the name that the Bill Nye the Science Guy episode is from? Scroll below and you'll find what you're looking for.

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Flight Sep 10 1993 - Things that fly need air. Even though we walk through it, breathe it, and sneeze it, air seems to be a whole bunch of nothing. But air is there, and it's powerful. Balloons inflate because air ...more

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Earth's Crust Sep 17 1993 - Don't just go with the flow. Settle down on the crust. Imagine a world without any crust. There would be no pies, just goopy filling, no bread, no hamburger buns, and no you or me. That's right. ...more

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Dinosaurs Sep 24 1993 - We can dish the real dirt about dinosaurs, thanks to fossils - traces of theses astonishing animals. Dinosaurs did not print newspapers. They did not take family snapshots or videos 65 million ...more

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Skin Oct 01 1993 - Learning about skin science is no sweat. It's gigantic. It's gargantuan. It's your skin. It's your body's biggest organ. If you could lay your skin out flat, it would cover about one and a half ...more

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Buoyancy Oct 08 1993 - A hot-air balln ride and a trip to the aquarium help Bill Nye explain why things float

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Gravity Oct 15 1993 - Next time you throw a ball in the air, and it doesn't fly off into outer space, thank gravity. Right now, you and everything in the room where you are, is getting pulled down by gravity. If you ...more

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Digestion Oct 22 1993 - Take time to digest this show. They say that your food is no more inside you than a pencil is inside a donut, when it's poked through the hole. Instead of the food going in you, food goes ...more

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Phases of Matter Oct 29 1993 - Bill Nye is going through a phase - a phase of matter. Check out the ""Phases of Matter"" episode to find out about rock-solid solids, liquidy liquids, and gassy gases. It's ...more

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Biodiversity Nov 05 1993 - Ecosystems are areas where things live. Ecosystems that are biodiverse are home to a variety of plants and animals. A healthy ecosystem is one with a lot of biodiversity. Imagine if humans could ...more

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Simple Machines Nov 12 1993 - Learning about science can be hard work, but simple machines can make it easier. Let Bill Nye push and pull you around ramps, levers, screws, and pulleys. Simple machines simply make work easier ...more

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The Moon Nov 19 1993 - Let the moon master Bill Nye teach you the ancient and not-so-ancient secrets of the Moon. Wax on, wax off. The Moon grows bigger (waxes) and smaller (wanes) every 30 days or so. The word ...more

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Sound Nov 26 1993 - Listen up, scientists. Bill Nye is here to make some noise in the ""Sound"" episode. Your vocal cords do it. Speakers playing rock music do it. Even a school bell does it. ...more

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Garbage Dec 03 1993 - Garbage is a look at two different kinds of garbage -- biodegradable and non-biodegradable. Nye emphasizes the importance of recycling and cutting down on the amount of the waste that cannot ...more

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Structures Dec 10 1993 - Are you tense? Need some structure to your life? Then tune in to Bill Nye the Science Guy as he explains the science of structures. All structures give support or create a shape. You can find ...more

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Earth's Seasons Dec 17 1993 - It doesn't matter if it's spring, summer, winter, or fall - Bill Nye is always in season. Every year, we experience the seasons. Some months have snow and rain, while other months have warmth ...more

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Cells Jan 21 1994 - You can't see them, but they're everywhere even inside Bill Nye. This is not science fiction, it's the science of cells. All things that live are made from cells. You can't see them, but every ...more

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Electricity Jan 28 1994 - It's time for Bill Nye to shed a little light on electricity. Electricity might seem mysterious, but once you understand the science the light goes on (so to speak). You flip a switch, and the ...more

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Outer Space Feb 04 1994 - The show is way out there, way far away. After all, it's in Outer Space. When you look at the night sky on a clear dark night, you can see thousands of stars. There are far more than you could ...more

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Magnetism Feb 18 1994 - They're on your refrigerator, they're inside your computer, and you're even standing on one right now. They're magnets, and forget about being repulsed. Bill Nye the Science Guy's ...more

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Wind Feb 25 1994 - Some answers, my friend, do in fact, blow in the wind. A cool breeze is great on a hot summer day. A cold winter wind can chill you until you can't stop shivering. Where does all that wind come ...more

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Blood & Circulation Mar 04 1994 - It's time for a heart-to-heart talk about blood and circulation with Bill Nye the Science Guy. Your blood is your bud. Without blood, your skin would dry up and fall off, your internal organs ...more

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Chemical Reactions Mar 11 1994 - Bill is practically exploding with excitement about the ""Chemical Reactions"" show. Every single thing around you is made of chemicals. Plants, rocks, computers, food, and ...more

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Static Electricity Mar 18 1994 - Bill's all charged up about the ""Static Electricity"" show. It happens to all of us. You're causally walking along, maybe dragging your feet a little, when you reach out to ...more

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Food Web Mar 25 1994 - Feeling a little hungry? Then grab a snack and watch Bill Nye the Science Guy's episode on the Food Web. When it comes to eating, all living things depend on other living things. Take a chicken ...more

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Light and Color Dec 24 1993 - Lighten up. It's the ""Light and Color"" episode. Without light, we wouldn't be able to see. It would be like living in a room with no windows, doors, or lamps. There's an ...more

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Eyeballs Feb 11 1994 - Look no further ... Bill Nye is on the ball - the eyeball. For their small size, your eyes do an important job. By working with your brain, your eyes can tell the difference between thousands of ...more

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Heat Oct 01 1994 - Bill is practically exploding with excitement about the ""Chemical Reactions"" show. Every single thing around you is made of chemicals. Plants, rocks, computers, food, and ...more

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Insects Oct 08 1994 - Bill's all charged up about the ""Static Electricity"" show. It happens to all of us. You're causally walking along, maybe dragging your feet a little, when you reach out to ...more

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Balance Oct 15 1994 - Feeling a little hungry? Then grab a snack and watch Bill Nye the Science Guy's episode on the Food Web. When it comes to eating, all living things depend on other living things. Take a chicken ...more

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The Sun Oct 22 1994 - Don't stay in the dark - Bill Nye will help you absorb the science of light optics. Light is energy that normally moves in a straight line, but often something gets in the way. When light runs ...more

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Forests Nov 05 1994 - Surf's up! Get the current information as Bill Nye explains why oceans are salty and explores the ocean currents. Go with the flow of ocean currents with Bill Nye the Science Guy. Most of the ...more

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Communication Nov 12 1994 - Things sure are heating up at Nye Labs. Snow cones, flowers, hot dogs, people -- everything is made of molecules. No matter what they're in, solid, liquid, or gas, molecules are always moving, ...more

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Momentum Nov 19 1994 - Bill Nye's not here to bug you - he just wants to tell you about insects. Do you know when you're looking at an insect? All insects have six legs, three body segments, antennae, and an ...more

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Reptiles Nov 26 1994 - Bill Nye's going to use the force to pull you into the world of balance. A force is a push or a pull. You can feel a force when someone pushes you. You can use a force to pull a door shut. ...more

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Atmosphere Dec 03 1994 - The Sun is huge. It's bigger than huge. It's so big that 1.3 million Earths would fit inside a hollowed-out Sun. It's really far away, too - about 150 million kilometers (93 million miles) Even ...more

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Respiration Jan 07 1995 - Bill Nye looks at how the brain controls the body and stores information

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Pressure Jan 21 1995 - In this program, he points out the different ways in which humans and animals exchange information. He also talks about the ability of humans to store data in computers, books, and on

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Plants Jan 28 1995 - The momentum of a moving thing, like you riding your bike, depends on how much mass you and your bike have and how fast you’re speeding down that hill. An elephant on a bike has more momentum ...more

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Energy Feb 10 1995 - The air that surrounds Earth is called the atmosphere. Compared to the size of the Earth, the atmosphere is very, very thin. It’s made from gases – mainly nitrogen, oxygen, and water vapor, with ...more

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Evolution Feb 17 1995 - How breathing supplies the body with the oxygen it needs

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Water Cycle Mar 24 1995 - About 70% of the Earth’s surface is covered in water, and almost all of that water has been around since the Earth formed billions and billions of years ago. That means a glass of water you ...more

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Friction Mar 31 1995 - Friction is a force that slows moving things down and turns the moving energy into heat energy. When two things rub together, like your bike tires and the road, friction between them slows you ...more

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Germs Apr 07 1995 - Don’t panic, but germs are all around you. Germs are bacteria, viruses, protozoa, and fungi, very small one-celled organisms. Your skin keeps most of these organisms from ever getting into your ...more

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Climates Apr 14 1995 - There are lots of different climates all over the world. Deserts are warm and dry. Temperate forests are cold and wet. Tropical rain forests are warm and wet. Animals and plants live in climates ...more

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Waves Apr 21 1995 - Energy, things like light, heat, and sound, moves in waves. You’ve probably seen waves in the ocean, or ripples when you throw a rock in a pond. Moving energy is not like the wave you do with ...more

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Ocean Life Apr 28 1995 - There’s an amazing amount of living things in the ocean. There are fish, sharks, flowers, whales, squid, sea plants, sea anemones, sea otters, and all sorts of other things living in the water. ...more

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The Brain Oct 29 1994 - Bill Nye looks at how the brain controls the body and stores information

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Light Optics, Bending, and Bouncing Sep 10 1994 - Don't stay in the dark - Bill Nye will help you absorb the science of light optics. Light is energy that normally moves in a straight line, but often something gets in the way. When light runs ...more

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Bones and Muscle Sep 17 1994 - In this show, you can Bone up on Muscles. When you clicked on the Nye Labs web site to read this, you used your bones and muscles. Without them, you can't click, surf, or even sigh. Bones and ...more

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Ocean Currents Sep 24 1994 - It's time for a heart-to-heart talk about blood and circulation with Bill Nye the Science Guy. Your blood is your bud. Without blood, your skin would dry up and fall off, your internal organs ...more